This All-Day Float Trip Will Make Your Ohio Summer Complete
There’s nothing more relaxing than tubing in Ohio on a sunny summer’s day. Wouldn’t you agree?
Summertime is a time to relax. That’s why an all-day float trip is picture perfect whenever you have the time. Tubing in Ohio is both adventurous and soothing. Hocking Hills Adventures in Logan, Ohio features multiple ways to get you out on the water, but their all-day tube trips offer the most relaxation. (Pro tip: You can even pack a cooler of drinks and snacks.) This summer, grab your koozie, a few friends and hit the river. Here’s why this Hocking River float trip belongs at the top of your Ohio bucket list this summer:
Have you ever taken a river trip with Hocking Hills Adventures? If you’ve ever taken this particular tubing trip, (or canoe adventures,) we want to know what your experience was like. Share your thoughts, photos and experiences with us!
For more tubing adventures in Ohio, check out our previous article: 8 Lazy Rivers In Ohio That Are Perfect For Tubing On A Summer’s Day.
Tubing in Ohio
Where is the best place to go tubing in Ohio?
There are several rivers you can tube on and river tours in Ohio you can take. At approximately 4 miles long, the Hocking River tubing adventure is one of the the longest tubing tours you can take in the state. It takes about 4 – 5 hours to complete. This particular tour is also nestled in one of the most scenic regions of the state. You can also go tubing on the Mohican River, Little Miami River, Tuscarawas River, Great Miami River, Whitewater River, Cuyahoga River and Mad River. These tubing adventures range in length from 2 – 5 miles each and can last anywhere from 1 – 5 hours.
What else can I do besides tubing at the Hocking River?
You can also rent a canoe, kayak or raft at the Hocking River. (Kayaking in Ohio is especially fun.) Hocking Hills Adventures offers several different river trips, varying in length, rates and times. To read about the other trips and canoe adventures, you can visit their website here.
Does Ohio have clean rivers?
Yes, many of Ohio’s rivers and lakes are clean and safe to tube in. To stay up to date on the river conditions and water data, click here.